Please feel free to add your feed(s) using the controls below. By submitting a feed you accept the following agreement. (Your must be registered and logged in to add/manage feeds), once logged in visit our Feeds page.
- We believe we've worked out most of the bugs, but if you run across any let us know. We do know there are still some bugs with certain feeds that we are trying to fix.
- Please only add RSS feeds, not ATOM or other syndicated formats as we currently only support RSS (we believe we have ATOM support now, but no guarantees.
- You are the owner of the feed your are adding
- You agree that you give permission to DotNetNukeBlogs.com to aggregate your feed on our site. If your feed provides a short description and a properly formatted URL we will link to your full feed.
- You agree that you are adding a feed that constists primarily of DotNetNuke related blog posts, we will remove any content that is not DNN related. Product announcement feeds are not allowed, this is not an advertising site, this is a useful site for DotNetNuke community members.
- Feeds must be approved by a DotNetNukeBlogs.com staff member before they will begin aggregating content in our site.
- Once a feed is approved posts from that feed will also need to go through an approval process. Once a feed owner has proven to provide valuable content on a consistent basis without providing non DNN content in the feed you might get your feed setup to be "auto-approved" meaning your content will automatically be aggregated without an approval process.
- We reserve the right to deny any feed, any post, or any user from accessing this website for any reason we deem fit.
- It is recommended if you're adding a feed to add only DNN related feeds, and also that your feed have more than ten blog posts in it. We won't add feeds with less than 10 posts over the past year.
- Be sure to include a description in your feeds for each post, otherwise your post won't be approved. Also, do not include ads in the descriptions, those will be removed when included in the DNN Blogs aggregate.
The goal of our website is to provide a single location for users of the DotNetNuke platform to find blog posts relating to the platform, if we find users abusing we won't have as much fun!